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Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.40 -3.32% 11.65 776,405 16:26:55
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11.60 11.65 12.95 11.25 12.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.32 -7.41 -2.21 33
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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19/7/2019
09:20
Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 12.05p.
Nanoco Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.50p and a 12 week average price of 6.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 55.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 285,934,927 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,089,112 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco Group Plc is £33,311,419.
03/7/2019
21:31
paulpaolo: >> I would have thought that against the backdrop of a major contract loss and share price fall they should be putting something out - well you're not as cynical as me then. The board had only modest holdings left before last week, and the CEO sold a vast amount, even lamely (and very irregularly, it sets a precedent that directors have to make an excuse when selling shares in their own firm) a little earlier this year noting, because he knew that it looked bad, that it was because he was really strapped for cash and had to pay back some huge loan (of, from memory, nearly £500k !!!!) or get his arms broken. And yet on Friday they ALL ALIKE at the SAME TIME just happened to buy back in, or buy more, at prices from, from memory, 12p to 13.1p. Suddenly "cash strapped" Edelman had some spare dough.... Now, my theory is that they did this because they "know", maybe not for certain but as a possibility if all that they know of, yet we don't, goes well, that some good news is likely to be coming along during the year. After all, I think Edelman may have known when he sold, that there was the beginning of some niggles from Apple about at least the 2019 research / extra contract (or was it the main thing, I swing first one way then the other depending on optimism; in truth I don't think anyway can say, from the words used, as the critical word in the RNS is utterly ambiguous). As I was saying, my theory is that they did this because they know some good news is coming along during the year. If you think this could be right, does it not follow that it would represent a heinous impropriety for them to immediately issue a positive RNS with the good news, right after they bought ? Surely they should wait a couple of weeks before doing that, so they are not accused of insider dealing in their purchase. They don't need the share price to immediately rise. Not like they can sell (they'd have to tell us... too embarrassing). They are in general the truest of long term holders. I love the fact that Lombard (LOAM) just bought financial instruments that have the effect of increasing their voting rights to above 20%. The type of financial instruments that have the effect of increasing their voting rights are longs not shorts, as I understand it (albeit not well !) so this means they gain if the price rises, ergo they believe that the price is going to rise. Great. But I'm not expecting an instant positive RNS; too embarrassing for the directors to put that out right away. Few weeks. Entirely possible that LOAM knows a little more than us, or has genuinely impartial analysts who told it Nano's good for a fund to invest in.
25/6/2019
16:09
mrplay: Sending the share price to 8p is a perfect example of mike not doing his job. I’m sorry if you do not like it but mike has failed. 15 years no commercial sales and the share price is 10p not even you could of imagine 2 years ago this would be the current situation. Remember one thing nigwit you are in the red because they failed to do what was written on the tin. Now the share price being so low and undervalued is a opportunity to top up. Let’s hope nanoco can move forward. I hope for a Rns or two with news of commercial sales in some area other than sports massaging but like most feel they may never come. Bagpuss is right to worry of a low placing. It’s up to mike to do his job and stop diluting the share price gets some plucking contracts already.
24/6/2019
16:28
nigwit: "Valuation: Share price fall does not reflect IP value The development is clearly a major blow to Nanoco’s prospects. However, we have previously highlighted that development activity in quantum dots appears to be accelerating across a number of applications and this view has not changed. The company is the largest IP holder in this field with c 750 patents and now has a new, nearly fully commissioned manufacturing facility able to output significant volumes of nanomaterials. The recent 74% share price drop values the business at a mere £24m market capitalisation, which we believe takes scant recognition of the company’s IP and asset base." Source hTTps://www.edisongroup.com/publication/major-customer-not-moving-to-production/24465
23/6/2019
10:33
andycapped: There are a few names on this board I have never seen before, so probably new into the Nanoco game. Perhaps the share price will lift next week, but any rises will be short lived IMO, unless underpinned by something significant. So I would expect an extremely volatile share price. To date the only serious money makers in this company have been the short sellers, and the ceo. Everyone else has been taken to the cleaners.
22/6/2019
08:10
buywell3: Odier have made a big clanger on this one IMO, as have many other big Institutions. For me it is all about the 'market'. Who is going to buy and use this stuff ? Thus far one USA company was in a reasonable meaningful way but soon isn't. A one trick pony story that Mr Market punished very severely on friday. IF there were any other pony's in the stable or about to be led in , then the announcement would have stated this. So there aren't any. An interesting point that would be worth persuing IMO would be WHY the USA company has decided to stop using NANO product/s ? For me this could be one of perhaps two reasons 1. What they were using them for is not selling very well 2. They have found an alternative or alternative supplier This was a decent post IMO ... bones69821 Jun '19 - 17:40 - 18725 of 18763 Nigwit it could also be said we can see the problems without being biased. People who have invested and have bought will always be far too bullish because otherwise it would mean they are wrong and invested badly . Sadly the truth is always reflected in the share price who was right and today pretty much tells you the bulls got it badly wrong . So why should anyone listen to anything a bull says on this share . Many will be quick buck traders looking for a quick profit . Others bargain hunting hoping for a turnaround . The second of these are likely to lose their money as I don't see much hope of any improvement given the companies poor decisions and performance over the last decade . As you keep pointing out 6m in the bank but you also fail to point to the burn rate of the company which is high and will see that dissapear in the coming 6 months . When the contract ends nano will be in very bad shape and that is why the fall has been so big . The market will look ahead and see they will need money to keep going after the contract expires . The market knows this and will punish the share price the nearer that date comes to the point it could mean massive dillution . That's if anyone is willing to fund it. Also the problem is the later they leave it the more desperate the position becomes and more difficult to raise money at even lower prices . For me that's why they need to raise now rather than later at least while the share price isn't 5p or under to at least put a bottom on the damage . I have seen dozens of companies go through similar and know what I'm talking about here as I highlighted the issues at the last fund raising which saw the share price crash significantly before it was announced . Make no mistake this is now in a bad way regardless of whether the tech is good or not the facts are it's loss making and will continue to be for years and struggling for deals and customers . There is very little cash left and that will be used very quickly .they have a facility which will need to reduce capacity and people at a cost . It amazes me that when something like this happens people still bury their heads in the sand although you make a good point about learning from it. My advice would be listen to the bears far more as they tend to be right more than the rampers who are biased . This is aim where over 90% of companies fail and lose investors money that in itself shows that it's better to short or be bearish on aim shares .
21/6/2019
17:40
bones698: Nigwit it could also be said we can see the problems without being biased. People who have invested and have bought will always be far too bullish because otherwise it would mean they are wrong and invested badly . Sadly the truth is always reflected in the share price who was right and today pretty much tells you the bulls got it badly wrong . So why should anyone listen to anything a bull says on this share . Many will be quick buck traders looking for a quick profit . Others bargain hunting hoping for a turnaround . The second of these are likely to lose their money as I don't see much hope of any improvement given the companies poor decisions and performance over the last decade . As you keep pointing out 6m in the bank but you also fail to point to the burn rate of the company which is high and will see that dissapear in the coming 6 months . When the contract ends nano will be in very bad shape and that is why the fall has been so big . The market will look ahead and see they will need money to keep going after the contract expires . The market knows this and will punish the share price the nearer that date comes to the point it could mean massive dillution . That's if anyone is willing to fund it. Also the problem is the later they leave it the more desperate the position becomes and more difficult to raise money at even lower prices . For me that's why they need to raise now rather than later at least while the share price isn't 5p or under to at least put a bottom on the damage . I have seen dozens of companies go through similar and know what I'm talking about here as I highlighted the issues at the last fund raising which saw the share price crash significantly before it was announced . Make no mistake this is now in a bad way regardless of whether the tech is good or not the facts are it's loss making and will continue to be for years and struggling for deals and customers . There is very little cash left and that will be used very quickly .they have a facility which will need to reduce capacity and people at a cost . It amazes me that when something like this happens people still bury their heads in the sand although you make a good point about learning from it. My advice would be listen to the bears far more as they tend to be right more than the rampers who are biased . This is aim where over 90% of companies fail and lose investors money that in itself shows that it's better to short or be bearish on aim shares .
13/5/2019
09:38
davidw1: NigWit Your appearance on ADVFN has caused quite a stir! Please do not dismiss others views and attempt to censor what some view as realism. Keep to what you do rather well - informing all of emerging news and your views. Nice to see Wah Hong is up again but it has been making progress for months and yet there is no direct correlation in the NANO share price. If you are right that WH is producing film with Dow DuPont CFQD for Display then you are ahead of markets that NANO is listed on. Also, before the FCA would take any action on insider dealing it needs hard evidence of it, which is hard to come by and it would need to be very confident in it. I don’t think anyone is suggesting that ME acted on inside info. He is well placed to form his own judgement/view and able to trade shares in Open periods. As shareholders we are able to question why he would want to sell.
13/5/2019
08:04
mrplay: Has mike every sold when good news has happened? Memory serves including now the share price falls and stays down for quite some time after he sells. 56p to what 44p now. And to sell what 10 million of his 11 million shares. Yes, all to pay off his morgage. Wait did he not sell a couple of million when share price was £1.50-60 making millions stating relocation to buy a home in the states. Do not think he is paying a morgage. Next guess? oh your other guess was that might have a sick child. Most believe he is living beyond his means or his wife is. Oh and actully find information related to nanoco not great things other companies are doing that nanoco has attached its name to. For example referring to every new product apple release to nanoco. We have seen how every bit of news relating to wa hong (wa hong share price yawn) has failed to materilse as well every display that you mention nanoco is part of. Facts not dreams.
14/1/2019
11:19
lauders: See Lauders still complaining about PR. That's going to be a 20 year old story in itself. Least he isn't blaming others for losing money. Progress of a sort. Nice share price move at least. Quite correct re: the PR. Will continue to bang-on about it until they can do a proper job at promoting their product and letting the world know about it. The non-disclosure excuse is very convenient! As for blaming others for losing money, I have never done that as all investment decisions (good and bad) are my own and nobody elses. If I am stupid enough to invest in a dud or something like NANO that remains stagnant for years that is completely my fault. Perhaps you were thinking of the time that you you posted NANO was going in the right direction and thought I was blaming you for getting folk interested and suggesting they buy? Not at all, just thought your timing was perfect on that as NANO just reversed and has been going down ever since to only recently start heading in the right direction. Seems your timing is spot on again Rochdae as you just mentioned the nice share price move and it has started to decline again. Perhaps refraining from commenting on the direction may help? One day you may be right about NANO. As for the big A, there is still no clear evidence. Love it if there were, but until there is it is rumour, plain and simple.
02/5/2018
13:04
ih_332411: They may be committed to the display market, but I'm not sure about commitment to the technology. Based on their patent applications they appear to be working to advance the state of the art of QD synthesis. Whether that is outside of the Nanoco technology or supplemental to it remains to be seen. Regardless, it would appear that the NANO share price has already fully discounted the Dow relationship.
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